The most expensive whisky in history


The passion for whisky is universal, equal, in tradition, as of other beverages such as wine.

Although in whisky does not occur as with wine, in which production is subject to the quality of the vintage, the tradition manufacturer of the whiskey distilleries means quality, and gets higher and higher, In addition, these spirits age almost indefinitely, which makes the value of a good bottle to consolidate over time, growing exponentially in terms of consideration for the producer

Dalmore is the case of one of the Scotch whisky distilleries who produces the highest quality. The brand can presume of being the deer head and of having sold the most expensive bottle of Scotch in history. In particular, it is a bottle of Dalmore 62 that sold in the Singapore Changi Airport 143,000 euros.

This is a unique whisky of the one they had bottled 12 units and only 3 came onto the market (the other 9 were sold to VIP customers of the Distillery).

Asia is becoming the desired destination of exports of alcoholic beverages, especially of higher value. And not only of drink, but the companies themselves are realizing who see that with the Asian capital investments helps them to revive the companies, or even provide them without having to dissolve it.

Dalmore distillery itself, Indian property, is a clear example. It was originally managed by the Mackenzie family, whose ancestors rescued the King Alexander III during a hunt in 1263 (hence the reference to the deer’s head on the label). Later on, the Highland distillery was acquired by Whyte & Mackay in 1960. Finally, India’s United Distillers, led by businessman and politician Vijay Mallya, bought Whyte & Mackay in May 2007.

Scotch Whisky distilleries are highly desirable to investors, both for its tradition as for the brand value with whiskies, in a global market. So, even if they change hands, as has happened throughout history, the value of its products remains. Who does not like a good whisky?

Today we’ll recommend a couple to see what would you prefer:

 TAGS:Dalmore 12 YearsDalmore 12 Years

One of the most accessible whiskey brands can now boast of having sold “the world’s most expensive Whisky”.

Buy Dalmore 12 Years 37,50


 TAGS:Laphroaig 10 YearsLaphroaig 10 Years

Laphroaig, one of the finest whiskeys in the world due to its originality.

 TAGS:Buy Laphroaig 10 Years 24,90

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